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Comedy Central
Sep 9, 2013 7:25pm PDT
in jordan. >> whee! >> i missed you so much! >> you don't know what it is like out there. living all by myself. nobody to applaud every stupid little (bleep) you do! [ cheers and applause ] >> i have to tell you, i am so excited to be back. i learned an awful lot this summer. one, i learned i have the bard of a 90-year-old prospector. i learned that i am western. because for all that i appreciated and learned about the culture that i was immersed in, boy, i am western. in all its glorious decadent imper tech shunls, i recall driving back to new york city thinking, hello dildo shop near a school. i learned something i already knew which is i truly have the finest staff and crew in all of television and i want to thank them. they have been incredible. [ cheers and applause ] >> i will say this. here is something else i knew. i knew john oliver was incredibly talented and do great. what i didn't know is that john oliver has dimples you can lose yourself in. i would like to bring our the man of the summer, mr. john oliver. mr. john oliver, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] >>
PBS
Sep 7, 2013 5:30pm PDT
in jordan? kristen gleps pi gillespie met a woman there. >> did they bomb them today? it's been month since dallala last saw her husband. in january, she says, government forces attacked their villages in a rebel-controlled area in southwestern syria. several of their relatives, including children were killed. a short time later, she dmred it will country with her own kids. her husband stayed behind. >> translator: i came to jordan in spite of myself. i didn't want to come but my husband made me for the sake of our children so that they can stay safe. he saw his brother's children getting killed. and he told me to return. >> reporter: this is where she came, to this refugee camp, about ten miles across the border from syria in northern jordan. the camp opened om a year ago. but as the civil war back home escalated, its population has swelled. the camp has grown so large to more than 120,000 people that it actually feels like a city. the camp is today the fourth most populous place in jordan. all along this road, shops have opened on a street where the french government opened a hospital. it
PBS
Sep 6, 2013 3:00pm PDT
of refugees in neighboring jordan. >> brown: and margaret warner is on the ground in egypt. >> woodruff: plus, mark shields and david brooks analyze the debate over military action. >> brown: and gwen ifill gets historical perspective on how past presidents flexed their war powers. >> if we go through american history, presidents, even to this day, have an amazing ability to change americas' minds on foreign policy when they have to. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> support also comes from carnegie corporation of new york, a foundation created to do what andrew carnegie called "real and permanent good." celebrating 100 years of philanthropy at carnegie.org. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and friends of the newshour. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: the world's 20 leading economic powers wound up their summit in st. petersburg, russia tod
PBS
Sep 5, 2013 11:30pm PDT
they need. >> we appreciate your time and your perspective. jordan has done a lot by offering humanitarian assistance to hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing the conflict but they are concerned about the pressure they are putting on their country. tony chang has this report. >> jordan, the small kingdom of 6 million has a proud history of offering assistance to those in need. the jordanians -- >> we tell the syrians they have we are going to die, but we don't care. you can't do that. >> president assad has talked about far-reaching consequences or the whole of the middle east. >> he was thinking of syria or has bullock -- hezbollah to join hi. -- join him. >> the violence seems to be spreading with car bombs. they could take the violence out into the streets. jordan's close ties will be put to the test. they publicly maintained his new talent he -- maintain their neutrality. they don't want to be complicit in any move that hits the government of damascus. how concerned are people in the streets? >> they are no strangers to taking in refugees and opened their borders to the palestinian
Al Jazeera America
Sep 10, 2013 2:00pm EDT
by the war. >> we are joined now by the head of mission for doctors without borders in aman, jordan. thank you for joining us. the sufficient defense secretary has been saying that a strike on syria wouldn't necessarily lead to an increase in refugee flows into jordan. would you agree with that assessment? >> well, right now, there is no tangible evidence of massive in flux of population, and movements of population. still, it can be expected that prior or after the strike, there will be some movement of population. at this point, unicef is getting ready for a possible response from jordan. >> how are you getting ready? >> preparing to be on site, and as well as enough medication and equipment to respond to the need. >> it's interesting that the numbers of refugees coming into jordan even seems to have dipped. do you know why that is? >> well, we are witnessing a decrease in the number of arrival of refugees in jordan. at this time, it's difficult to know what are the reasons behind that. what is really important for us is that well basically, people should cross the border for medical con
PBS
Sep 12, 2013 7:00pm PDT
. celine bardet, welcome back. i will put to you the question, places like libya, jordan, in the two and a half years, i guess i could ask you the question we put today to the viewers on facebook and twitter, do you get the feeling people are more or less empowered they were when the uprising began? >> people or women? people in general, i think it was interesting what you said about, it is not enough to be angry. when you get to the post- revolution, women, they were very much involved. we don't talk much about that. most of the time you say men. i met women and we do not see them during the revolution. i think they do not want to be seen. the question is now, in libya with the discussion surrounding the cost of tuition, women tried -- the constitution, women tried to get empowered. it is extremely difficult. it is still difficult. it is a long process. this is what i am working on in libya. >> we have a comment on twitter that came to us saying -- as i see it, muslim women are more involved in demonstrations but still kept out politically. yusra ghannouchi, do you agree with that s
PBS
Sep 6, 2013 11:00pm PDT
coming down to jordan. they now have half a million since a year ago. the big bulk are in lebanon. and they went west. this is where 700,000 refugees have settled. also turkey, 450,000 people. they came north when this whole area of northern syria became contested. many, many more, thousands, thousands more are on this side of the border because turkey started to shut those borders because they couldn't take any more. now in the latest exodus, we've seen thousands, 30,000, sometimes thousands in a day, moving from this part of eastern syria into iraq. these are kurds who are coming into northern iraq seeking refuge. >> imagine this, you're in this crowd with your family and everything you own is on your back. >> and here's the thing about looking at these pictures. you know that these people have thought about this decision. they didn't get up in the morning and say, gee, it's a bad day and i'm going. they have been through a lot before they decide to get on the road and throw their future into complete turmoil. these people don't know when they're going to be able to go home. the
Al Jazeera America
Sep 19, 2013 3:00am EDT
, that money is needed to provide syria's growing number of refugees. more than a half million crossed jordan alone be, and now jordan is opening a new camp. we have this report. >> reporter: this is where jordan's second refugee camp for syrians is being built. it is east of the capital aman near jordan's river with saudi arabia. construction began in april when the government realized that syrian refugees were going to keep coming. jordan already has a largest refugee camp for syrians in the region and second largest in the world. but this new facility is going to be even bigger. eventually able to house 130,000 people. >> any influx that will come in right now, immediately we have room which will absorb 20,000 up front. we can go up to 20,000 plus to be absorbed on a contingency basis. >> reporter: this area is a vast desert of volcanic rock with a severe climate. but aid agencies working here are trying to do things differently after lessons learned from running the other camps. >> we're working on smaller sanitation units to serve less people and there is more ownership and less vandalis
ABC
Sep 12, 2013 12:35am PDT
. >> reporter: monday morning in amman, jordan, and 2-year-old rajad is putting on a brave face. but underneath his blanket, a shrapnel wound in her stomach so infected it will not heal. >> reporter: that is heartbreaking. far away in washington, d.c., president barack obama is spending the day locked in a room with his advisers preparing for an unprecedented series of interviews. >> that is in our national security interest. >> reporter: making the case for targeted strikes against the government, rajad's parents and the doctors here blame for this. >> she was playing on the veranda of their home there was rocket fire, shrapnel struck her, in basically left side, blew out all her intestinal abdmabd abdominal content. >> reporter: the doctor practices in texas but over the next 72 hours as world leaders waver on whether intervening, the doctor will ftry to give th toddler back the gift of walking, playing, being a child. six days ago -- we traveled here to jordan with a group of 29 medical professionals from all over the world. >> we have 750 pound worth of medication. >> reporter: led by the d
PBS
Sep 17, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. it hit home because it has torn jordan from me and his mother. and you have a teenager at home who is missing, it breaks your heart and ruins your life. i am standing up for jordan. i am standing my ground for jordan. his mother is standing her ground for jordan. >> do you think your son's skin color played a role? >> at first i did not. but then, when there were tapes that were released from the interviews from michael dunn's girlfriend -- he said when he drove up he said "i hate that thug music." why is his music considered thug music? i keep telling people, we are so focused here in america at least on skin color. 99% of your dna is the same. skin color and hair texture is only one percent of your dna. why do we focus so much on that 1%? >> a good question. i want to bring you into the conversation. we are hearing so many similarities between this case and the case of trayvon martin. the area, color of the skin, age of the boys. you think it is a fair comparison to make? >> they both have similar elements. both george zimmerman and adam dunn were empowered by the standard brown
Al Jazeera America
Sep 3, 2013 5:00am EDT
five months of this year alone and over 1100 -- 111,000 fled to egypt and jordan took in more than than and three quarters have gone to lebanon and we will speak about it in a mfl and half a million in turkey and lisa is there for us and in iraq more than 170,000. and we are on the border and joins us now. so you have seen numbers there increase substantially in the time you have been there. what is expected to be the impact of more talk of military strikes? >> well the impact of military action will mean there are more refugees crossing the border and coming to camps like this and let me show you here. when i arrived here two weeks ago the camp was a third full and you see it stretches across the hill there. and let me give you some figures, 52000 people have arrived in the last couple of weeks and i've been speaking to a few of those and what i'm getting is a sense of anger, disappointment and because this is what they face and confusion as who that any military strike will mean and they hope the strike will be decisive and will topple over al assad and disappointed the west has not a
Al Jazeera America
Sep 19, 2013 5:00am EDT
to oxfam. it's needed for the growing number of refugees. now jordan's government is opening a new camp. we have this report from jordan. >> translator: this is where jordan's second refugee camp for syrian is being built east of the capital of amman near the border with saudi arabia. construction began in april when the government realized syrian refugees were going to keep coming. jordan always has the largest refugee camp for syrians in the reson and the second largest in the world. this new facility is going to be even bigger. eventually it will be able to house 130,000 people. >> any influx that comes in right now immediately we have room in the camp, which can straightaway absorb 20,000 up front. we can go up to 20,000-plus as it is to be absorbed on eye contingency basis. >> this area is a vast desert of volcanic rock with a severe climate. they're trying to do things differently from lessons learned. >> we have smaller units to serve more people and there is more ownership and less vandalism. we have already units for about 16,000 people, but at the emergency rate they can be availa
FOX
Sep 14, 2013 7:30pm PDT
jordan hall, well over 100 yards, three rushing touchdowns. corey linsley the center. 328 rushing yards, the offensive line as played well. ryan shazier, all-american, gave an all-american performance save for one penalty he'd like to have back. and bradley roby, yeah, he's a lockdown corner. he and bryce treggs a nice balance tonight. got the better of him one time but for the most part bradley roby a terrific game. that guy wasn't on our high performance deal, christian bryant. jordan hall, significant numbers every time. but christian bryant also plays on defense. he's played well. >> gus: jordan hall again. i didn't care hardy nickerson brings him down. >> charles: all right. the duplicate numbers thing, i mean, and it played into tonight's game, didn't it. >> referee: personal foul, tripping, on the offense, number 78. 15-yard penalty. still first down. >> charles: i'm talking about jared goff wears 16 and the penalty there gets number 78 op offense. that is the big fella, andrew norwell, all big ten guard. but tonight jared goff wearing 16, the punter, cole leininger, wears
FOX
Sep 24, 2013 5:00pm EDT
. james larry jordan, oliver: "we are in the oliver community, and we're knocking down houses that needed to be knocked down a long time ago." four homes on east lansing street... the first of 500 more to be torn down. man: "10 million to knock down 500 houses!" james larry jordan, oliver: "ain't nobody lived in these houses ever since i was little." ronald lang, sr.: "it's a sad day. i knew people who lived in those houses." jamie brown, oliver: "tear it down. ain't no use. ain't nobody paying for it. ain't nobody buying it." it's all a continuance of the city's vacants to value program. jamie brown, oliver: "vacant, vacant, vacant there's a whole lotta vacants around here, yo." james larry jordan, oliver: "it's a big pile of rubble and they've got 1-2-3 more houses to knock down on that side." (nats: cat knocking down wall) ronald lang, sr.: "it's a wall banger. that's what i can tell. it's a wall-banger!" james larry jordan, oliver : (off cam) "ooo they're taking the tree, too." more than a dozen nearby vacant homes will be demolished within the month. pastor marshall prentice, zion ba
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 6:00am EDT
with a survivor who had an awful ordeal at sea himself and lost relatives as well and he is from jordan and, yeah, i'm wondering what was exactly the most dramatic moment at sea, your experience? >> we were standing for four days, maybe like five days, and at the second day we run out of food and the third day was water. we were going in circles. the captain didn't know idea where he is going. at the fourth day we run out of fuel and everything and the engine was killed. >> reporter: you asked the australia navy to come in for help. what happened? >> we asked the indonesia government for help but nobody was able to help us, i don't know why. >> you saw your relatives drowning around you at the end. >> everybody died, children, women, my relatives, everybody was dying. >> reporter: you knew that the australia had a more restrictive policy and basically nobody can go to australia any more and every one will be send to new guinea but you were willing to take the risk. >> i heard about it and i just got to take my chances, that is it. i was here in indonesia and paid already the money and i said ma
PBS
Sep 19, 2013 7:00pm PDT
.s. diplomat william jordan, thank you for being back. you can always join the conversation on facebook, twitter. now, it is not just on the outskirts of cairo. police moving in in the last few days in at least three locations. we have more on this story now from catherine. >> searching door to door as police seek to restore order. there has been little sign of state authority in the village since august 14 when the police station was hit with rocket propelled grenades and torched, killing at least 11 police officers. military and police vehicles quickly entered the town, using tear gas to help their advance. sporadic up barricades around the outskirts. authorities say they have arrested several men and seized tons and other weapons. a daytime curfew has been imposed after a dawn raid turned deadly, leaving a senior security officer killed in the crossfire. some residents say they are worried about their safety. >> my children and i are leaving because we will not be safe when the thugs come and hide in the pits behind our house, so we are going to stay with some relatives for a couple
NBC
Sep 1, 2013 8:00am PDT
these weapons in time of war. this is of great consequence to israel, to jordan, to turkey, to the region, and to all of us who care about enforcing the international norm with respect to chemical weapons. >> and that i understand. >> the president has made the decision, he has made the decision that he believes we need to take a military strike. but the military understands that whether that happens this week or next week is not going to make the difference with respect to sending the message. the message remains the same, and it's a message, i might add, that any president of the united states and any congress ought to seek to enforce. use of chemical weapons is unacceptable. and we cannot, cannot stand by and allow that to happen and create an impunity for its use. that would be the end of the chemical weapons norm, and that's why the president has made the decision. why go to congress? because the united states of america is stronger when the congress of the united states representing the people and the president of the united states are acting together. and the president wants that s
Al Jazeera America
Sep 19, 2013 6:00am EDT
as president to address the u.n. general assembly. rosalyn jordan has reaction from washington. >> reporter: in his first interview since becoming the president of iran, rouhani wasted no time making news. is tehran trying to build a nuclear weapon arsenal. >> translator: we have never pursued a nuke bar lawmaker and would not do so. >> he said the obama administration wouldn't get mixed signals in future talk on the nuclear program. >> translator: in its nuclear program, this government enters with full power and authority. i have given the portfolio to the foreign ministry. the problem won't be from our side. we have sufficient political latitude to solve this problem. >> reporter: the u.s. has long accused iran of lying about intentions, and that suspicion has driven washington to impose round after round of economic sanctions on tehran. analysts say those sanctions have starved the iranian economy, which rouhani is under pressure to rejuvenate. but the obama administration that tried and failed to have relations with the previous government of mahmoud ahmadinejad is trying again. >> the
Al Jazeera America
Sep 14, 2013 9:00pm EDT
, in jordan, in lebanon. the neighbors countries are buckling under the pressure of this immense weight of the syrian exodus from their war zone. >> our journalist in beirut has been closely following syria's situation and the refugee population moving across there. antonio. >> we'll address that more as the show goes on, this terrible humanitarian catastrophe that's happening in syria and in the countries that border it. let's have some reaction and questions from the audience. peter. >> my name is peter. i'm from d.c. my question is this. it seems like what obama did was drag his feet tonight, and i guess he's doing that because there doesn't seem -- there is lots of extremist rebel groups, and hezbollah and there's not a good outcome as far as we can tell. why can't our diplomats influence this any better than they have? it's two and a half years. what's wrong with the state that the only way to act is with tomahawks. >> i worked in the state department for over ten years, and one of the problems you have is you don't control the message from the state department. you actually have a
Al Jazeera America
Sep 3, 2013 3:00am EDT
, over 111,000 have fled to egypt, jordan has taken in more than 519,000. nearly three-quarters of a million have crossed into neighboring lebanon. turkey, nearly half a million. we will be speaking to her in just a moment. and in iraq, more than 171,000. on the boarder and he joins us now. >> we have seen a very very large surge of refugees and these camps growing very quickly, give us an idea of what it is like there? >> well, i tell you, conditions are very tough, as you would expect in a refugee camp. let me show you how this place has drown. when i first arrived here, about two weeks ago, this catch was about two-thirds full. now, you can see it's stretches all the way over to the hill there. there are about 1,000 people still arriving across the syrian borderer single day. and in total, there are about 220,000 refugees here in northern iraq. 52,000 have arrived in the last couple of weeks, and the head of the united nations refugee agency here the iraq has said is they face a massive funding crisis. they have only been given a third of the money that they were pro
Al Jazeera America
Sep 4, 2013 5:00pm EDT
for them to cross the border and go home. >> there is half a million refugees in jordan, and more that 4.2 million displays syrians inside the country. joining us now from jordan is maria, unicef's regional director from for the middle east and north africa. what is the experience daily life like for the refugees that you work with, and do they have hope that life will return to normal any time soon? >> the refugees who have really been uprooted from their homes and lives and had to take a long journey to reach the camp, to reach the border, often the families, especially children, they suffer from a lot of trauma. they are in distress. they feel fear because of the horrors they've seen. many have lost loved ones. some have been separated from loved ones. so they arrive in a very difficult condition, and we've seen with refugees over the last years have probably gone through even more horrific events within syria. at the camp they all have hope of going back, but of course, for those who arrived one year, i think their sense of hope is somewhat--is especially for the parents--is becoming
Al Jazeera America
Sep 9, 2013 5:00am EDT
and leading from that gas into lebanon and jordan and providing an incredible burden to each of those countries and others in the region. this is a humanitarian catastro catastro-phy and it will make things worse for everybody, the united states is proud to say we have been the largest humanitarian donor. we recognize that responsibility and we are also proud to say that we stand with our friends here in great britain who are the second largest donor. so we don't come to this with a sense that all we care about is some kind of a military response. we come to this with years now of effort, literally years of effort, to try to bring the parties to the table and create some kind of political solution because that remains our top priority. i -- our respected leaders made it clear in st. petersburg that we believe a strong international response is necessary to ensure that atrocitys like the one that assad committed against hundreds of his own people are not going to happen again. and our special relationship with the uk is not just about syria, it's not just about a response to t
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 3:00am EDT
>> the refugee crisis in southeast asia. the australian prime minister heads. i'm darren jordan in doha. diswrail primisraeli prime minin netanyahu prepares to meet with president obama. >>> i'll be showing you what's happening in side the national game park in zimbabwe. >> welcome to the program. it's what australian politicians believe biggest challenge in their country. in search for a better life. the numbers are getting higher. but they can't cope. tony abbott is meeting days after 28 people have died after a boat carrying asylum seekers sank o off indonesia. >>> here is what that boat carrying 80 people sank just days ago. off the southern coast of java. and it was just one of the many oh of in the past year alone, have arrived in australia, since late 2007 over 45,000 people have landed on australia's shores. the controversial program, off the thstopthe boats. >>> what more can you tell us? >> there are a group of around 20 survivors of last friday's both accident. they are kept in this hotel in west java and basically being questioned by police and immigration officials
SFGTV
Sep 13, 2013 4:00pm PDT
are aware of our surrounding neighborhood. i will let jordan speak as well. >> good evening, my name is jordan, manager at part of it is we don't have a way for our neighbors to reach us and that is not true. every neighbor has my number and i have tried to work out situations that they are having concerns with to make it as to more livable and comfortable situation for all of us. some of our neighbors are had are tonight and we have six writers that live directly in the building in support of what we would like to do. i made 11 copies. are we allowed to give those out at this point? >> anyone like to see the letters? okay. >> excuse me, are these the same ones that are provided? they are the same thing. >> it's basically folks in support of our cause. now, one of the things that the appellant, we didn't write them. it's not a form. one of the things that the appellants, one of the points that the appellants tried to make was that, for example, in their brief, was that the hair salon across the street was actually opposed and didn't appreciate our presence in the neighborhood. we ha
Al Jazeera America
Sep 3, 2013 4:00pm EDT
in january to a syrian refugee camp in jordan, i was moved by the humanitarian effect they are facing and the impact on jordan, turkey - the destab illising impact on lebanon and the impact it may potentially have an israel, our close ally. i was encouraged to here that was a success. military test. what steps are we taking to ensure our allies in turkey, jortan andist -- jordan and israel are able to defend themselves by a response to the assad regime. >> first, jordan, we have patriot missile defence batteries in jordan. we are working closely with the israelis. they have a sophisticated iron dome and air missile defence system. we are in constant coordination with all the allies in the region, and as you may know, general dempsey was in jordan for a commanders' meeting, including senior military from the neighbouring countries, and our partners. so, we are closely connected with and assisting our allies on this and other issues. >> thank you. last question, secretary kerry, if i might. i'm interested in our having a hollow on conversation about -- follow on conversation about how
MSNBC
Sep 26, 2013 10:00am PDT
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Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 2:00am EDT
victory. dala is a main crossing between syria and jordan. it was closed by the syrian government admonition ago. >> there are still snipers positioned in the building but it's going to be a matter of days before we have the upper hand. >> but the fight is far from over. government forces shell the area constantly. and the rebels are still positioned here, taking cover behind sandbags. neighboring jordan has repeatedly voiced concerns over the growing influence of religious fighters in syria. countries like the u.s., france, and britain have been trying for months to train and equip what they consider a modern secular government that will take over if syria collapses. >> fewer rebel factions. syrian officials say there are just over a dozen organized groups but the total number of fighters remains unclear. >>> the group behind the mall attack in kenya finally speaks out, the deadly vow that their leader is making. >>> and bp heads back to court. the new legal battle the oil giant is facing over the gulf oil spill. >> new pictures have emerged showing a devastation of the mall atta
CNN
Sep 9, 2013 3:30pm PDT
will go into jordan. >> i think the resolution pretty much says that, this in essence would be a win. we say in the resolution, this is to detier and degrade assad's ability to be able to continue to deliver chemical weapons against innocent civilians. in the last instance he killed over 400 children. to me i look at these pictures and it shakes my conscience. i notice the speaker is a great admirer of history. i'm reminded of what happens when we do not act in circumstances such as this. i think in essence, that's what the resolution called for. if they give it up in this way, we will have plird to a large degree in a better sense, because you can't deliver chemicals weapons that you don't have access to. >> exactly. >> now you can continue to go ahead against assad in war crimes, which i certainly this i that we should through the united nations, pursue assad in terms of a war crimes criminal, which i believe he is for what he's done to the u.s. citizens. >> i don't think anybody do you see that he's probably a war criminal, but on the other side we've sees priests beheaded by rebels,
Al Jazeera America
Sep 3, 2013 12:00pm EDT
from amman, jordan. the u.n. is working nonstop, but there's not enough money to go around, as we heard in that report. >> that's correct. we face enormous challenging in the region. many parties want to be prepared to help the warring factions inside syria, but we're not seeing the same eagerness to address the address massive humanitarian needs. we have 2 million people, refugees outside of syria. we have many millions of people inside syria experiencing the brunt of the war firsthand. there has to be much more done to help these people, and now we have to winterize the refugee camps for their third winter and then build facilities that may endure for years to come. >> peter, when you say winterize the refugee camps, what exactly does that entail? i guess, is that what you're going to ask the ministers from jord t jordan and lebanon and turkey you're meeting with tomorrow, is that what you're going to ask for resources for? >> reporter: well, the geneva talks are about several issues. we want to thank the governments for keeping their borders open. it's amazing that iraq, in everythin
FOX News
Sep 15, 2013 1:00am PDT
and trying cover up the crime. jordan graham is walking the streets, and friends and family of the man she killed, cody lee johnson can't believe it. joining me now is max roca, a co-worker of now-deceased cody lee johnson. you knew him, worked with him, he was a newlywed, some say he was warned against going through the marriage. what did you think about his wife? >> caller: you know i did not have an extremely large amount of interaction with jordan, she was never around. when we would get together outside of work, it was very few and far between that i had ever seen jordan. and when she was there, it was pretty much the attitude that she had somewhere else to be. >> that she had -- in other words she didn't want to be there. >> caller: yeah, never seemed like she really interacted with us on a personal level. it was like she had somewhere else to be. >> and was that with respect to you or with respect to her fian fiance, soon to be husband? >> caller: you know, i think it was really difficult for me because when people are like that, sometimes you want to say in your head, they have a r
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